Category Archives: Royal Signals ARS

Activity Report – 2016-01-04 @ GFF-296

Chobham Common NNR Background A new year dawns… this gave an opportunity to visit the nearby Chobham Common NNR (GFF-296, WAB SU96) – despite its proximity to my home, I’d never activated this one, although Andy G7SQW had done previously. … Continue reading

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GB0CZ Statistics

Following 28 days of intermittent operation, GB0CZ is QRT (for now…) Many thanks for all stations who called in – with erratic band conditions continuing to be a problem, data modes (including RTTY) proved to be more successful than SSB.

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GB0CZ now QRT (for now…)

The first month of operation of Special Event Station GB0CZ is now over. Many thanks for all stations who called in – with erratic band conditions continuing to be a problem, data modes (including RTTY) proved to be more successful. … Continue reading

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70th Anniversary of Operation Market Garden

On 17th September 1944, over 20,000 paratroops and a further 14½-thousand glider-borne troops landed in southern Netherlands as part of Operation Market Garden – the results being better known as “A Bridge Too Far”. The 70th anniversary is being marked by radio … Continue reading

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M6ADB joins RSARS

After much prevarication, I’m pleased to announce that M6ADB has joined the Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society (RSARS). My number is #4191. I look forward to working fellow RSARS members – if you hear me “off net” please make yourself … Continue reading

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